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on friday and senate leaders harry reid and mitch mcconnell. coming up next hour when i see you, i will explain how other budget looming deadlines could possibly reverse these cuts. back to you. >> thank you, kyla. >>> happening right now -- a congressional committee is looking into senator fi an feinstein's proposed assault weapons ban. this is a live picture of the senate judiciary committee meeting. that's senator grassley speaking right now. feinstein's legislation would ban 160 assault styles and ammunition magazines that hold more than ten rounds. some analysts say the ban against high-capacity magazines has a better than of being approved than the ban on assault weapons. >>> 7:20. cautious optimism among family members and friends after a missing oakland couple is reportedly seen in south america. peruvian officials say they were spotted in a remote area of the amazon on a boat. peru's tourism min strip plans to send out a plane to that area today to get some video of them and give some proof they are okay. we did talk to neal's boss who said they feared the worst after they
is scheduled to meet tomorrow wi pelosi and boehner and mitch mcconnell and harry reid but that meeting will come after these automatic spending cuts become law. but some republicans are pointing to positive news. they say that all of these automatic cuts would be re-- could be reversed before they take effect because a long-term spending bill is due march 27th. i'm kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now. >> translator: thank you, all, and good night. [ cheers ] >> you saw it live right here on ktvu. that was pope benedict xvi's final public message as pope. the pope spoke from the balcony from the papal retreat in italy. he will formally resign in two hours from now. he thanked the world's $1.2 billion catholics for their love, prayers and support. >>> back here at home, police in santa cruz will go back to work this morning after mourning the loss of two veteran detectives killed in the line of duty. tara moriarty is joining us from santa cruz now with some new information about the death of
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